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More Firms Submit Data for Bloomberg Gender Equality Index

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A record number of companies offered data on gender equality for a key reference index, data giant Bloomberg said. The New York-based company’s Gender-Equality Index (GEI) now features 418 companies with a total market capitalisation of US$16 trillion. Constituents must file their data according to a GEI Framework, which scores companies on female leadership roles, equal pay, inclusivity, anti-sexual harassment policies and pro-women brands, Bloomberg said.

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